Drawer organizers are one of the best ways to make the most of the space you do have, and they don't have to be fancy. Best of all, they can be customized to work for your specific products; a long narrow divider may make the most sense for bottles, whereas shorter, wider sections are perfect for face masks or jars.
How does Marie Kondo organize makeup?
Kondo suggests organizing makeup by categories and subcategories. Keep your brushes away from other items and stored upright (possibly in a glass jar or cute tin). She also suggests storing all long items (mascaras, concealers, brushes) in clear, plastic cosmetic holders and trays.
How do you organize makeup without counter space?
For bathrooms short on storage space, consider putting makeup in a hanging shoe organizer. Danielle Della Pella, owner of Home Story, categorizes makeup and stows it into labeled shoe pockets. A shoe organizer with see-through pockets allows you to find items quickly while taking up zero counter and cabinet space.
How do you make a homemade makeup organizer?
One. Now the next thing is some fabric in the drawers. And some diamonds on top and there you have it.
How to do a makeup declutter?
How to declutter your makeup and toiletries
- Don't hoard free samples.
- Cull out-of-date makeup.
- Be honest about what works for you.
- Donate products to a good cause.
- Recycle empty makeup containers.
- Sell unopened products on eBay.
- Use up a product before buying something new.
- Try a 'no buy' challenge.
How do you store makeup everyday?
- Stack your products on a Lazy Susan. Stack your products on a Lazy Susan.
- Put lip colors in glass jars.
- Tuck brushes in a glasses case.
- File makeup like papers.
- Store nail polish in a cookie jar.
- Use an ice cube tray.
- Stack your products on a cupcake stand.
- IKEA Roll items around with ease.